Espro Press

Nothing could be simpler than the classic French press coffee maker, its plunger fitted with a mesh screen to force the essence from ground coffee after it has steeped in hot water. The downside, though, is the fine sludge left in the bottom of the mug. The Espro, a sleek new coffee press made in Vancouver, British Columbia, takes care of that with a complex basket-like double filter. A dauntingly elaborate instruction sheet makes the whole operation sound as complicated as finding the Higgs boson, but one try is all it takes to get the hang of it. The payoff is a rich, clean, aromatic cup of coffee. And the insulated container, which maintains the coffee temperature, is lovely enough to go on the table. -Florence Fabricant. New York Times

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